SUPERDUET DO NAUKI JĘZYKÓW
And it flashed across his face only for a moment.
The thought even flashed across his mind, That's easy for you to say.
The pain he was feeling flashed across his face for a moment.
A look of pain flashed across the old man's face.
Then he flashed it across the land behind the hill.
White stars flashed across his eyes, and he closed them, but for a moment.
The images flash across the dark screen within his mind.
A yellow light flashed across the blue window, and for a second they saw the green trees outside.
As they all turn to look at the forward screen, pictures started flashing across it.
She hesitated, but the image of the girl flashed across her mind.
I decided to see if I could flash by it.
Julian came back to the question of the light flashing from the old tower by the coast.
Something white flashed by the door, heading for the lobby.
The 152 flashed by less than 50 yards away.
I thought I'd tell you that another little red light is flashing by your name.
The big fish flashed by overhead, looking down at them.
Fletcher flashed to victory in the women's race by more than a full second.
I had no underwear on, and one of my great goals in life was not to flash anyone tonight by accident.
The events of the past week flashed by him.
Images from the night before kept flashing by my eyes.
Then it flashed past the Executioner, stopped and came back.
He felt the train slowing as the first of Reading's suburbs flashed past the window.
Then I started wondering about other aspects of the landscape that flashed past the window.
At the same moment, something flashed past the flight deck port.
The first of the runway markers began flashing past the windows.
"I wasn't seeing the funny side of it as my Olympic dream flashed past me," he says.
It flashed past the back of the man's head, missing by more than an inch.
He sat back, and watched the Connecticut countryside flashing past the window.
On two occasions trains flashed past them the other way going at high speed.
A spring-javelin flashed past me and out of sight behind a bush.